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POINT OF FACT

A World Series quiz to tease the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

By Herman Weiskopf

Yesterday

Pepper Puts on a Show

A brash Cardinal rookie upset the A's when he ran wild on the bases in the 1931 World Series

By John Durant

New Rage To Win

THE NEW RAGE TO WIN

A grim commando mood has hit football. It is especially evident at Kentucky, where the coach is demanding total dedication to victory

By Morton Sharnik

A GIANT SHOT THAT FORCED A PLAYOFF

The National League season was one day too long for the Dodgers but just right for Willie Mays

By Tom C. Brody

The Fight

THE FACTS ABOUT THE BIG FIGHT

Sonny Liston's easy knockout of Floyd Patterson raised many questions. Was it a fix? Was Patterson terrified? Is Liston a danger to boxing? Here are the answers

By Gilbert Rogin

Pony Farm

A Tony Texas Pony Farm

Billy Griffith of Longview, Texas, came home with the best Shetlands money could buy. Then he called in Bill Pahlmann to decorate a stable so handsome that you could move right in with the ponies

By Barbara Heilman

McDonald

THE MAGNIFICENT SQUIRT

The Eagles' irrepressible Tommy McDonald runs pass patterns wrong, he is small and not really fast, but he is the pros' best pass catcher

By John Underwood

Boating

Successful ploy by a master gamesman

Bus Mosbacher, skipper of the victorious America's Cup defender 'Weatherly,' tells how—and why—he ordered a surprising change of sails in the crucial fourth race

By Mary Jane Hodges

Horse Racing

Le crack Carry Back et le crack Jack

Last week we left happy Jack Price and his famous horse flying the Atlantic Ocean in search of adventure, cash and glory in Europe's most important race. Well, they have arrived and taken over the joint

By Whitney Tower

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Saturday's Hero

SATURDAY'S HERO IS DOING FINE

The head of one of our leading universities explodes the myth of the "tramp athlete." He discovers that resounding—and astonishing—success is scored by varsity players as students and professional men, proving that sport and education go very well together

By Dr. Edward H. Litchfield/Chancellor Of The University Of Pittsburgh

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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